1. You can have piece of cake and stay fit. 2. Don’t ignore people who advise you to buy a portable memory.3. Limiting social media will make you genuinely happier.4. When in doubt, do sports.5. People will understand better the truth rather than the excuse.6. Portugal is the calmest southern country. 7. Stay assertive, but … More 26 Things I’ve Learned in 26 Years
The truth is, Sundays are made for being lazy, so don’t feel guilty for feeling like doing nothing. If you however by any chance have the following 3 ingredients, let me show you some amazing and tasty idea for an ultra quick and lazy breakfast. BANANA PANCAKES Prep. time: approx. 10-15 minIngredients (for around 15 … More Ultra Quick: Sunday Banana Pancakes
After 3 months of being completely locked down, then another month of adjusting to the gradual phases, we have finally come to the happy moment of freedom. So, of course the only desire drilling my mind was to carefully celebrate it with some local and spontaneously planned trip! Barcelona is absolutely fortunate and amazing place … More First Travel After Lockdown
As a grown-up woman, I would never expect to wake up on one day and live the acne nightmare for the next years. But it happened, I was 22 and lived that time on Mallorca. After long years of not having acne and being sure that this issue is gone forever, I woke up one … More My Biggest Struggle
Coming to Lisbon soon and searching for special but not overcrowded place? I think, I can make your wish come true. Palácio dos Maqueses da Fronteira is located in a quiet suburb of Lisbon. Near the Monsanto Forest Park, easy to reach from Jardim Zoológico metro station or Sete Rios if travelling by train. It’s … More Secret Garden in Lisbon
This summer was full of new places, new people, new food and generally – it was a dreamy time of exploring the unknown yet country. I moved to Lisbon at the end of March, so exactly at the beginning of spring time. The weather was very pleasant at that time, I remember first Saturday of April spent … More My Beautiful Portuguese Summer
Roller skating isn’t that popular as cycling or skateboarding, but I’m sure you can still easily spot few rollerblading buddies in your hood. Happily (it took me a while though) I found something that gives me butterflies all way long, every single time. I remember my first time skating, I was around 14 years old, my friends showed me how … More Something That Gives You Butterflies
Hello folks, it’s been a while. I have been away and working on many things in the meantime. From Poland, through England and Spain, I landed up right in Portugal. Sometimes I wonder how many places left, how many countries I am meant to live in. But I stopped worrying, I think my life is unexpectedly … More Falling in love with Portugal!
January 2019. I dreamed about wearing this graduation gown, since I was a teen. Hard work pays off! _______________________________ Okay, and now to the serious part – how is to study in England like? I will try to make it breif and to the point. Is it … More Studying In England: Is It Really So Cool?
It’s middle of February, and although I live in Spain, I reached that point of winter when you just can’t stop yourself from craving for summer. These sunny and warm vibes that make you feel so happy, I suffer. Let’s move backwards to last summer for a moment, when I went on a marvellous trip. It was … More The Perfect Trip: Dutch Bikes & Belgian Chocolate